Excellent noir-type film about pressures facing a white-collar worker whose ulcer drives him to psychological extremes. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Mental health, Ulcers, Motion pictures: Film noir
Digesting the facts on stomach ulcers A stomach ulcer is a small erosion in the stomach lining or the first 12 inches of the gastrointestinal tract. The explanation of how you contract an ulcer has evolved from what seemed like an educated guess 50 years ago to something based more in scientific fact today. For more on this and other ScienceNation episodes, please go to http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/index.jsp Topics: National Science Foundation, NSF, science nation, ulcers, H. pylori, boston university, stomach...
COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR REAL-TIME SIGNAL HARMONIC ANALYSIS AS APPLIED TO THE HP 2116 B COMPUTER ARE DESCRIBED. THE BASIC LANGUAGE IS USED THROUGHOUT. TOPICS DISCUSSED INCLUDE SAMPLING, QUANTIZATION, DISCRETE AND FAST FOURIER TRANSFORM ALGORITHMS, TRUNCATION, AND AMPLITUDE SPECTRUM RECOVERY BY FOURIER TRANSFORM OF THE AUTOCORRELATION FUNCTION. THE FLOW CHARTS OF THE MAIN PROGRAM AND SUBROUTINES ARE PRESENTED AND TECHNICAL DETAILS OF THE PROGRAM OUTLINED. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS ARE DETAILED FOR THE... Topics: EXPERIMENT DESIGN, RATS, ULCERS, CLINICAL MEDICINE, CONSTRAINTS, CORTISONE, LESIONS
Contains also his An account of some experiments made with opium on living and dying animals; An essay on the various strength of different lime-waters; An instance of the electrical virtue in the cure of palsy, by Mr. Patrick Brydone [and] Extract of a letter from Dr. Whytt to Dr. Pringle, relating to this account; Cases of the remarkable effects of blisters in lessening the quickness of the pulse in coughs attended with infarction of the lungs and fever; an account of an epidemic distemper at... Topics: Opium, Hydrocephalus, Brain, Lime, Opium, Electrotherapeutics, Blisters, Ulcers, Epidemics, Mercury
Decoding Health Science with Dr. Robert Berger. Dr. Robert Berger, (M.S., MVSc., Ph.D), holds a Doctorate in Biochemistry from the University of Tennessee. Dr. Berger also earned a Masters of Veterinary Science (MVSc.) from the University of Tennessee, School of Veterinary Medicine, and a Masters Degree in Physiology from the University of Tennessee. Topics: Drugs, vitamins, minerals, cancer, ulcers, gerd, pharmaceuticals, nutrition
byBurns, John, 1774-1850; Cooper, Astley, Sir, 1768-1841 dedicatee; Grainger, R. D. (Richard Dugard), 1801-1865 former owner; St. Thomas's Hospital. Medical School Library former owner; King's College London
King’s College London Topics: Wounds and injuries, Surgery, Anatomy, Surgical and topographical, Inflammation, Aneurysms,...
byRicord, Ph., 1800-1889; Fournier, Alfred, 1832-1914; Maunder, C. F. (Charles Frederick), 1832-1879; Jones, Thomas, active 1860 bookseller; St. Thomas's Hospital. Medical School Library former owner; King's College London
King’s College London Topics: Ulcers, Chancre, Urethral stricture, Syphilis, Sexually transmitted diseases, Genitourinary organs,...
A first person, anecdotal account of preparations for photographing the Martian surface is related by the leader of NASA's Lander Imaging Science TRe Team. Particular attention is given to the design of the facsimile camera. Image sequencing, picture calibration, reconstruction of color, and the search for motion on Mars are discussed. Over 200 color and black and white photographs taken by both landers are included along with a table showing the camera settings used. A stereopticon is included... Topics: BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS, COSMOS 782 SATELLITE, EXOBIOLOGY, GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM, ULCERS, HISTAMINES,...
The utilization of solar energy to meet the energy needs of the U.S. is discussed. Topics discussed include: availability of solar energy, solar energy collectors, heating for houses and buildings, solar water heater, electric power generation, and ocean thermal power. Topics: HEALING, PATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS, STRESS (PHYSIOLOGY), HISTOLOGY, IMMOBILIZATION, RATS, STOMACH,...